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Kiersey Clemons re-confirms her Flash role. A future Deadpool film could finally turn Morena Baccarin's character into her comic book counterpart. Gotham will be adapting another comic book storyline for its final season. Plus, a sneak peek at the season finale of iZombie, and footage from the set of The Punisher. Spoilers now!
The US Senate about to vote on a resolution to nullify new FCC rules that will rollback net neutrality. Overwhelmingly, Republican lawmakers oppose the action, despite the fact that Americans are united against them on this issue.
Could Gwyneth Paltrow have let slip a big secret for Tony and Pepper in Avengers 4? Peter Jackson may be pondering a return to Middle-Earth, or a weird new adventure. Simon Pegg wants in on a Captain Britain movie. Plus, what's to come in Riverdale's season finale, and more casting for Stranger Things season three. Behold, spoilers!
We've officially entered the era of nothing but teases for how important the Avengers 4 official title is. Paul Feig still wants to do a sequel to his Ghostbusters movie. An unlikely source reveals another Deadpool 2 character. Plus, more footage from Solo: A Star Wars Story and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Spoilers, away!
Chris Evans sets up where Steve Rogers' head is at going into Avengers: Infinity War. Jamie Lee Curtis talks about "retelling" a classic for the new Halloween. Ron Howard teases a fellow Howard's appearance in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Plus, you'll be waiting a while for Netflix's Witcher show, and... a new Doom movie is happening? Spoilers, away!
Lynda Carter says she's could be making an appearance in Wonder Woman 2. There's more rumours about who'll be joining Harley Quinn in the Birds of Prey movie. Colin Trevorrow is already teasing Jurassic World 3. Plus, intriguing casting for Stranger Things' third season, and new looks at Cloak and Dagger. Spoilers get!
When the Universal Studios theme parks transform into their annual Halloween Horror Nights events, fans get to visit their very own pop culture nightmares. The event is filled with mazes based on some of the coolest, scariest horror properties in the world - and this year, that trend will continue with a certain Netflix show.
Fox is moving back their X-Men films, Dark Phoenix and New Mutants. There's more fuel for the speculative fire about a certain big DC hero cameoing in Shazam. John Noble and Barack Obama (kinda) appear in new pictures from Legends of Tomorrow. Plus, the return of Dad Steve on Stranger Things, and new Infinity War posters. To me, my spoilers!
There are more rumours about Kiersey Clemens' involvement in the future-Zorro movie. Ben McKenzie teases a villainous team-up coming to Gotham. Showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich teases the characters of Netflix's Witcher series. Plus, cute DC references on the set of Shazam, and more footage from Tomb Raider. Spoilers get!
Director Gina-Prince Bythewood responds to recent rumours around the production of Silver and Black. One of the creators behind The Last of Us doesn't want the movie to happen. New Stranger Things casting call teases some slimy individuals coming to season 3. Plus, new looks at the return of iZombie and Fear the Walking Dead. Spoilers now!
Kathleen Kennedy talks about George Lucas' brief involvement with Solo: A Star Wars Story. There are more rumours about Venom and the character's most famous comic book foe. Alex Garland teases a new sci-fi TV show in the works. Plus, new looks at Annihilation and the return of Legends of Tomorrow. Spoilers now!
If you've watched Stranger Things or Mindhunter or The OA or any Netflix show with 'mystery' at its core, chances are you've been recommended Dark, but scrolled right past.
Dark's high concept is almost certainly what made you scroll instead of hitting 'watch'.
"Stranger Things for adults", "Stranger Things, but German".
But here's the thing: Dark is actually nothing like Stranger Things. In many ways Dark is the 'anti-Stranger Things'. You might even say Dark is the 'Upside Down' version of Stranger Things.
And that's precisely why you should watch it.
We may be in a Golden Age of television, but it wasn't always so shiny. Back in 2008, things were rough. The Writers Guild of America's strike had just ended, leading to a slough of bad series, reruns and reality TV. There were some decent shows, but it really wasn't until HBO debuted Game of Thrones that the tide began to turn. Now, in celebration of a decade consisting of some of the best TV we've ever seen, here are our greatest shows of the past 10 years.